Over in Ann Arbor 31 saloons have boads filed and approved, and are potting forth arduons efforts to relieve the thirstof theoommunity, and reimbnrse tbe ootlay of $15,500 paid for license. The May Festival of rnusio ooours next week at Ann Arbor. Tbe entertainment for Satnrday evening is to be tbe "Flying Dntobnian." Tom Ranscbenberger with wings on! Wouldn't that paralyze you? At a patriotio demonstration in Ypsilanti last week, one vooalist rendered the "Sword of Bunker Hill," and Mr. Dodge sang, "Yes, let me like a soldier f all." Tbat's all right, Dodge, bnt it depends whether it is on tbe bottle field at Brigbton, or on a battle field in Cuba, wbere he falls. Alberto Jonas, of tbe University of Michigan, eonnected with the School of Musio, is a native Spaniard and says he is proud of it. Some people have prond flesh en the least provooation, espeoially if the blood is bad. If he is a Spaniard and remains here, Spain ougbt not to be proud of him. If he reruains nndei Miobigan pay. he ongbt to be a United States citizen. Mr. Jonas should either naturalize or amble.